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right now at 11:00, snow is on the way. it looks like not much now, but it will deliver snow during the day and in rush hour. everyone is likely to see some of tomorrow's snow. here is a look at camelback mountain resort. they could end up breaking out the shovels. where you live will determine when you will start seeing the snow, and britneyship is tracking the storm and the timing. we just up dated our first alert to tomorrow.
>> yes, we will drop below freeding, we have a little moisture left overfrom the snow and rain showers. we could be taling with freezing fog and patchy black ice. be careful if you have anywhere to go we are also tracking snow sleet, wind, ice, and the other concern is wednesday overnight, freezing is possible. we're going to see heading into tomorrow. if you live in the suburbs, here is your time line. we're starting with snow on your pennsylvania between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. we could see know as early at 11:00 a.m. slick roads are expected when the snow starting. it is expected to start closer to noon to 2:00 p.m. the concern is slick roads and
it will last into your evening commute. if you look closer to south jersey, it started as more of a rain, then switching to a mix, and then snow. coming up how much snow each area is expected to get in my "first alert" seven-day forecast. >> the timing is tricky with snow in the afternoon. will schools let out early and when will they make that decision in keith jones spoke to several superintendents tonight. >> yes, the big fear is ice. especially after what happened here on 76 a few miles up the road in gulf mills. because of that threat, school districts, many around our area met tonight to talk about the possibility of early dismissals. >> this father of two is worried about snow ice and freezing rain. >> you will worry about what you will do cancel meetings and so
on. >> other care givers are anticipating an early dismissal. >> they will be fine. >> turns out most school districts are planning to let's kids out before conditions worsen. >> we put on our website it is a possibility and to stay tuned for tomorrow. >> we will be meeting first thing in the morning, but hopefully we'll be able to make a decision by late morning. >> the same goes for mark cline in bucks county. >> we're on the phone at 4:00 in the morning, driving around to see what it's like. >> cline notifies parents by 7:00 a.m. they will make a decision about ending school early by 6:00 a.m. they all agree that afternoon snow is easier to contend with. >> crews will be out tonight
brining roading. the sies on sunday morning surprised them they admitted they say tomorrow's storm won't. keith jones, nbc 10 news. >> and if schools do let out early tomorrow you can count on nbc 10 and the team to let you know as soon as it happens. all you have to do is go to nbc10.com. a reminder for people living and working in philadelphia tonight. you cannot save a public parking spot on a public street even if you shoveled that area free from snow. the police posted it on facebook, let police handle it if you see people trying to save a spot. if you take public transportation, septa just released their new plans. they will let people know the day before a storm if a saturday schedule will be in effect. if there is an early exist from
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work, more trains will be on the noon shift rather than the rush hour shift. they will pass out pamphlets tomorrow. you can find the information on our nbc 10 news app. president obama delivered his sixth state of the union address tonight. his first before a republican controlled congress. he declared that the shadow of crisis passed america making his case for a national
economic revival. he also focused on tensions between police and protestors and foreign threats. >> and everyone in this congress who still refuses to raise the minimum wage i say this. if you truly believe you can work full-time and support a family on less than $15,000 a year, try it. if not, vote to give millions of the hardest working people in america a raise. >> truly with can understand a
father faring his son cannot walk home without being harrassed. and we can agree it's a good thing that for the first time in 40
years the crime rate and the incarceration rate have come down together and use that as a starting point for democrats and republicans. community leaders and law enforcement to reform america's criminal justice system to it protects and serves all of us. no hacker should be able to shut down our networks, steal our trade secrets. a e being branded a lame duck president, experts say his agenda is focused on the democratic party's priorities and less on compromise but he did urge congress to try to work together. oiziowa senator joni ernst gave
the republican address. it is a mind-set that gave us political talking points not solutions. >> you can see both speeches in their entirety on the nbc 10 news app and on nbc 10.com. promises from tom wolf tonight to be a different kind of governor. he called himself an unconventional leader. he is now the 47th governor of pennsylvania. jacqueline london is live tonight in hershey. things are different starting with the party he is throwing? >> yes it is a party that is
contained despite the loud atmosphere you see beside me. it is a more casual celebration, there is music, and thousands celebrating change here. >> 4,000 supporters gathered together to celebrate the changing of the guard and the ushering in of a new era. >> the 47th governor of pennsylvania, tom wolf. a group hoping for new energy and a new beginning for pennsylvania with resources to accompany it. >> i just want to see cooperation. we want to see government work. we want to see problems solved. >> my office. >> my office. >> with fidelity. >> with filldelity. >> he was sworn in recognizing the responsibility upon him to help conquer a budget deficit and education reform.
>> the philadelphia school system is struggling right now and we need the support from the government. from the governor's office. >> and you think tom is up to that task? >> i'm looking forward to it. >> supporters say he is not wrong for changing the tone in politics and in celebration with a more toned down affair than in years past. >> people are still trying to find jobs get better jobs and i don't think anyone wants to see or has a stomach for extravagance extravagance. >> let's celebrate the victory, get to work tomorrow thank you for everything you have done. >> and as you can hear the party is continuing tonight. tonight the dance floor is packed. the party was supposed to end at 11:00 but as you can tell no one is ready to stop the party just yet. the celebration continues. governor ed rendell says he
could become the best governor of pennsylvania but he admits that is a high bar. he has a heavy task ahead of him, trying to conquer the budget deficit. all of that starting after this music ends. jacqueline london nbc 10 news. >> the hard work begins tomorrow. see you back here tomorrow night. tomorrow morning it's back to work for a jury in the don tell tellason trial. >> the judge decided they had enough around 9:30 tonight and he thought they were just too tired. don told us that he is ready for whatever tomorrow brings. >> for five hours, a jury
deliberated, but by 9:30 they could not decide whether or not to convict so they were ordered to go home. >> the former tv sports caster has been on trial for scamming people out of thousands of dollars and now the 62-year-old could be facing serious jail time. he jaufredoffered closing arguments that he is no criminal. the jury wanted to see some of the exhibits, mainly a log of the victims and the money they shelled out and lost. they say that he milked about 200 people out of $340,000. it was all done under the guise of having them donate to charity. he acted as his own attorney during trial maintains he was a bad bookkeeper and didn't
realize there was a problem until he ran out of money. he says the money problems started in 2012 after losing radio and tv gigs. now a jury will return tomorrow to decide if they believe his story. >> the trial was about two-and-a-half weeks long. they're a hard working jury and i have no quarrel with them taking as long as it takes to get it right. >> we will be here tomorrow morning to bring you the very latest. an attack outside an atlantic city casino. a decision whether to charge the police officers involved. >> a children's sleepover party is at the center of an investigation tonight, what a local father is accused of doing. plus bright lights became an attraction this morning. >> and i'm tracking your snow i
a grand jury cleared police officers of abuse while indicting the man accused of using excessive force. the accusations were against the police department but today they charged him with aggravated assault on a police officer and resisting arrest. a father is accused of molesting two young girls while at his house for a sleepover. our cameras rolled as he came out of court in bensalem this afternoon. investigators say the crime happened over the period of a
year and a half and there could be more victims. the burlington county mother accused of setting her child on fire appeared in court today. he say peered on a live video feed from jail. she said she plans to hire an attorney. you can only see her orange upjump suit today. she was holding a can of wd-40 and had a lighter on her pocket. a overpass collapsed. and now there is an immediate safety review ordered for every bridge in the state. it will be 600 structurally
deficient bridges. a former philly union boss is headed to prison. he may appeal today's verdict. prosecutors say he ordered violence and vandalism. he is 73 years old, and his charging carry a 15 year minimum sentence. >> tonight we have a update on the stolen personal wheelchair we told you about last night. tonight they have a suspect in custody. he confessed to selling if for scrap metal. it cost more than $2,000 and after our story aired, the family received enough donations to pay for a replacement.
they are going tomorrow to get fitted for a new one. >> market street just got a lot brighter. take a look at this a new sinmatic rooftop sign. the biggest session faces market street, but you can see it from just about anywhere in the city. >> and we're closer to a new look for the city's iconic love park. they have hired a design team to give the space a new look. tonight was the last public meeting to give ideas. the goal is to make it more than just a tourist destination. construction is expected to start next year. now for your "first alert" weather. >> we are gearing up for a lot of changes some of them will start tonight into tomorrow.
we're tracking the possibility of patchy black ice. also freezing fog into the overnight hours tonight. going into the afternoon, it will affect your evening commute. we have a "first alert" weather day issued for wednesday. we extended it into tonight because of the potential for fog and patchy black ice. we have a quick moving clipper system moving in and we will extend the first alert into wednesday overnight. it will cause icy roads, and we want every to stay safe in the next 24 to 36 hours. it feels like 28. wednesdays are at 6 miles per hour. the areas that we're concerned about with the poesh for patchy black ice is anywhere that dropped below freezing.
allentown, the poconos, we're in the 30s in philadelphia we're at 30 in glassboro. i looked at the radar here from the last six hours. in the areas where temperatures are below freeding and we have leftover moisture that's where the potential for patchy black ice is. the next thing we're going to direct our attention to is an area of low pressure a clipper system that will continue to move east. it will be fast moving. our fewer cast shows that if we push into tomorrow, late morning hours, afternoon hours around noon, we'll see the snow start to move in. there is a possibility this could start an hour or two earlier than noon. we just want to give you a heads up that all of these are coming. we take a closer look at atlantic city this is more of a widespread snow but we're
expecting anywhere between one to three inches. not a lot of snow. this will happen while folks are trying to get home. we're still dealing with snow fall. it looks like it will be heavy in atlantic city. 8:00 p.m. more snow coming down. we'll see more clearing closer to midnight and icy roads will be a possibility as any leftover moisture continues to refreeze. one to two inches for the poconos. we're looking at one to three inches, and closer to the central parts of delaware one to two inches and closer to the shore we will start with rainfall. it will be wintery mix. as we go into the rest of tonight, a reminder patchy black ice is a possibility. we expect to get down to 22 degrees for our suburbs.
heading into tomorrow temperatures range between 33 and 35 degrees. we will not see all of the snow clearing out. our next chance of a rein and snow mix is on saturday. i'm from comcast sports net. coming up, late breaking news regarding the patriots deflate gate. and it was the flyers and the penguins.
the flyers were hosting the penguins tonight. no love lost between these two. the flyers up 1-0. rona ronaldo was ejected and will be hearing from the league. downey waving and egging on the crowd on his way out. the game is tied at two. let's go to overtime. the captain with the winner. the flyers beat the rival penguins. after an investigation, 11 of the 12 footballs that the patriots used were under inflated by approximately 60 pakistan. the league has yet to rule on
this matter. sunday's nfc title is one that no one will forget. he shot a selfie video throughout the come back, here is the reaction during the game winning touchdown. he got it! [ cheers and applause ] we're going to the super bowl! >> they always say that is a really loud field, and now owe know why.